Aggie-owned small business Nostalgia Novelties offers sustainably sourced, pre-loved items for a reasonable price.
Hosted by MSC Town Hall, Coffeehouse provides an opportunity for student artists to showcase their talents in front of a live audience.
Located on the north end of Texas Avenue, Renegade Bakery and Culinary Studio has forged its own path to support small businesses and bring together diverse talents.
September is nationally recognized as Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month, and students, student organizations and Counseling and Psychological Services, or CAPS, are working to educate Aggieland on the realities of suicide, especially on college campuses.
Each fall, the Texas A&M LGBTQ+ Pride Center coordinates the Rainbow Resource Fair, an event where students are able to browse LGBTQ+ supporting resources.
Owned and operated by Mary and Scott Wong, College Station’s newest breakfast, brunch and lunch addition is the Toasted Yolk Cafe. Toasted Yolk is currently set to open on Monday, Sept. 13, and boasts a wide selection of dishes at an affordable price.
The Century Square Biergarten is returning with food, drinks, live music and Texas A&M football, all free to the public.